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The Arizona Coyotes may be the most miserable franchise in the NHL. Of course, things can change but it has not looked good for “Desert Dogs”. The Coyotes, who relocated from Winnipeg, have not won much of anything and have been in constant relocation talks because of their poor financial situation. The Coyotes’ team stats don’t even feature players who are surefire Hall of Famers.
One day, the Coyotes may finally have a respectable team. They’ve done it a few times, albeit briefly. For now, the NHL odds should peg Arizona as a beatable team and sometimes at incredibly long odds. Beware, as they could occasionally bust some parlays.
City: Tempe, Arizona
Stadium: ASU Multi-Purpose Arena
Awards and Trophies
- Division Championship
- 2x Jack Adams Award
Arizona Coyotes Stats & Analysis
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All-Time Arizona Coyotes Records
Most goals in a season
- Keith Tkachuk – Goals: 52 (1996-97).
Most assists in a season
- Ray Whitney – Assists: 53 (2011-12).
Most points in a season
- Keith Tkachuk – Points: 86 (1996-97).
Most wins in a season
- Ilya Bryzgalov – Wins: 42 (2009-10).
Most games all-time
- Shane Doan – Games: 1,540.
Most goals all-time
- Shane Doan – Goals: 402.
Most assists all-time
- Shane Doan – Assists: 570.
Most points all-time
- Shane Doan – Points: 972.
Most wins all-time
- Ilya Bryzgalov – Wins: 130.
Arizona Coyotes Stats & History
The Coyotes were originally the Winnipeg Jets, one of the founding franchises of the World Hockey Association (WHA). This franchise was a perennial playoff contender and featured greats like Bobby Hull, Teemu Selanne, and Dale Hawerchuk. After enduring financial difficulties, the team was sold to a Phoenix-led investor group.
The team would initially be called the “Phoenix Coyotes” and it maintained its ability to consistently make the playoffs though not much else. Stars like Jeremy Roenick and Keith Tkachuk would power Phoenix into making the postseason in five of its first six seasons. But the team would consistently lose in the first round.
The franchise continued to have financial difficulties, which prompted then-owner Richard Burke to sell the team in 2001 to real estate developer Steve Ellman and “The Great One” himself, Wayne Gretzky. The latter would be the head of hockey operations and eventually coached the team in 2005.
However, Gretzky’s tenure was a fruitless one as Phoenix continued to miss the playoffs. After he stepped down, Rick Tocchet took over and led the Coyotes to their most successful run as a franchise. Under Tocchet, the Coyotes would record their first 50-win season, win the division, and advance past the quarterfinals for the first time since relocating.
The 2011-12 season would be the high mark in the franchise. Led by Mike Smith in the net, the Coyotes would make the Conference Finals only to lose to the eventual champions, the Kings. But this would be it for Phoenix was the team would go through another playoff drought.
And as usual, the team would struggle financially partly due to its incompetence on the ice. The team would declare bankruptcy in 2009 and was close to being relocated to Hamilton, Ontario, but from 2009 to 2013, the Coyotes operated with virtually no owner.
Finally, in 2014, a new ownership group purchased the Coyotes and renamed them the “Arizona Coyotes,” but that wouldn’t be the end of that, since the team would essentially be evicted from its arena in Glendale. Arizona plays in Arizona State University’s arena, which is a 5,000-seat venue.
The Coyotes remain in purgatory and of the many Arizona Coyotes stats to note, this franchise has had more ownership changes than playoff series wins.Follow us on Twitter